away, whatever they had to do. i think your view is closer to reality. really was a difficult caucus yesterday. clearly is a strong majority of republicans who are opposed, i think, to doing much of anything. >> right. >> but i think there is counterpressure. boehner and ryan reflected that yesterday. i think high-tech industry, even some evangelical, the haley barbours, the george w. bush. it's not that their very influential, they're not, but i think in the end, to envision the house just walking away, doing nothing, is still difficult for me. i think a critical question may be here, do they do piecemeal legislation and go to conference? said above all, do not go to conference. once they go to conference, i think you probably get something, but i think they resist that. >> coming up on "morning joe," he's leading a push to permanently delay the president's health care law. senator john thune on set. also, dee dee myers, "new york times" reporter. first, a look at the forecast.